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Afternoon Brief, March 29th

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It’s in the Can: Premium Wine with a DTC Model, Celebrating Diverse Producers: So, you think wine in cans is a slick joke? Think again. Maker Wine Company, co-founded by Stanford Business School classmates Sarah Hoffman and Kendra Kawala, is out to change minds, one sip at a time...

Afternoon Brief, March 26th

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Winery Wildfires: How Record Wildfires Are Impacting Wineries Today: The events of recent years have truly tested the resilience of wineries. Wildfires dominating headlines in wine country since 2017 were interrupted briefly by the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, only to return again – and with a record-breaking vengeance...

Drizly Webinar on Alcohol Retail’s Future

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With COVID-wrought changes to commerce nearing their one-year anniversary, Drizly is hosting a panel discussion with alcohol industry leaders for its first ever BevAlc Insights...

Afternoon Brief, March 15th

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Gallo Aims for a Diverse Wine Portfolio to Embody and Reflect a Diverse World: In December last year the Federal Trade Commission finally approved the acquisition by E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) of more than 30 wine brands from Constellation Brands, Inc., which was first announced in April 2019...

Afternoon Brief, March 5th

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U.S. and Europe Will Suspend Tariffs on Alcohol, Food and Airplanes: The governments agreed to temporarily suspend tariffs on billions of dollars of products as they search for a settlement to a long-running clash over subsidies given to Airbus and Boeing...

Afternoon Brief, February 23rd

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Sonoma County Winery Event Permit Meeting Leaves Vintners Frustrated with Process: Last Thursday’s virtual forum organized by Sonoma County’s Permit Sonoma to ostensibly open up conversation about event permitting for wineries in Sonoma County, had over 200 stakeholders taking time out to participate, but many vintners felt it was a charade...

Drizly Brings Alcohol E-Commerce and on-Demand Delivery to South Bend

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Nation’s leading online alcohol marketplace brings broad selection of adult beverages and on-demand delivery to South Bend residents of legal drinking age BOSTON, MA (February...

Afternoon Brief, February 18th

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US Courts Deliver Body Blows to Wine: Courts in the US have delivered decisions that will frustrate those who want free trade in wine...

Afternoon Brief, February 15th

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Wine List Secrets Revealed: Last week Bill Rancic hosted an online event held by the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) intended for wineries to learn about how they might use the three-tier system to get their wines in restaurants...

Afternoon Brief, February 12th

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USTR Announces No Revisions in Airbus Tariffs: Is the Tumbler, Goblet, and Pint Half-empty or Half-Full?: The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced in a Notice for publication in the Federal Register on February 12, 2021, that it would propose no revisions to the existing retaliatory tariffs on goods from the EU in the Airbus trade dispute...

Afternoon Brief, February 5th

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Online Boom Behind Uber's Drinks Push: The implications of Uber's takeover of Drizly could be huge for retailers – and consumers...

Afternoon Brief, February 3rd

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Big Names, Big Bottles for Napa Auction: With its main fundraiser postponed by the pandemic, Napa Valley Vintners is running an online library auction starting next week that includes one of the most impressive group of Napa auction wines ever assembled...

Afternoon Brief, February 2nd

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Uber to Buy Alcohol Delivery Start-up Drizly for $1.1 Billion: Uber has made a major move in the growing market for on-demand delivery of wines, beer and spirits by agreeing to buy start-up firm Drizly in the US in a deal worth $1.1 Billion...

Uber Buying Drizly Is the Tip of the Spear/Booze Business Comes...

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As obvious as it is that Tom Brady is in the Super Bowl again; it is also obvious to this pundit that one of...

Afternoon Brief, February 1st

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Direct Shipping from Wineries to US Homes Hit New Highs in 2020, but Restrictive State Law Limits New Jersey to Nation’s Lowest Growth: No doubt spurred by pandemic-induced limits on travel, dining and shopping, shipments of wine direct from U.S. wineries to consumers in 2020 experienced the largest recorded single year growth ever — but New Jersey consumers barely participated, due to a needlessly restrictive state law...